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Pennsylvania Department of State Issues Directive Prohibiting County Election Boards from Cooperating with Senate’s Election Audits

 

The Pennsylvania Department of State issued a directive prohibiting county election boards from cooperating with the Senate’s election audit.
According to the directive from the Secretary of State’s office:

▪️ Elections officials may not turn over election material to third parties.

▪️ Any equipment turned over to a third party cannot be used again in an election.

▪️ The state will not reimburse counties for the cost of replacement equipment.

The directive states:

Via Kenekoa the Great.
** Here is the link to the document.

These are the same hard-left politicians who changed the voting rules in Pennsylvania during the pandemic by executive order.

Texas and over 20 states sued Pennsylvania for violating the US Constitution because they made changes to voting rules and procedures through the courts or through executive actions. But these states did not make the changes through the state legislatures as spelled out in the US Constitution. The US Supreme Court threw the case out and allowed this lawlessness of the states.

Pennsylvania has some funny stuff going on.
They’re panicked.

4 comments:

  1. Well, the Senate can change the laws to prevent that.

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  2. T would appear that this directive issued by the Pa. DOS is a ruling, NOT LAW. The Senate is once again being usurped of their power. I think they can now easily figure out who the true enemy is in this situation. The legislature should take action based upon their new found knowledge. DC/Lex Gnosticos

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  3. golly, it sounds like the pa dept of state has a lot to HIDE! like election rigging, TREASON, etc etc.

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